Angels of Wrath

The Angels of Wrath by Gordon Winterfield

Wield the Magick of Darkness with the Power of Light

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It’s difficult to imagine why good people would perform dark magick. But there are good reasons, and magick that sees justice done may not be as dark as you think.

As Gordon Winterfield says, in his third and final book for The Gallery of Magick, ‘I do not present a book of curses to delight the wicked, but a book of justice.’ And in that sense, Angels of Wrath is not a book of reckless cruelty, but a book of protection, peace, freedom and justice.

Angels are powerful beings that can be called to work great and wrathful wonders.

Far from being the delightful creatures of peace found in New Age artwork, angels are spiritual beings of immense strength, and this strength can manifest as wrath.

This book will introduce you to a lesser-known group of angels. When called in various combinations, these angels have the power to cause devastation to your enemies. Such workings are as powerful as a curse, and often more targeted and cunning.

There are twenty-nine powers to be revealed.

The angels can bind, destroy defenses, remove wealth and destroy a business, while rendering your victim too weak to respond and unable to see what you are doing.

You will have the power to silence and confuse, bringing illness and insomnia to those who trouble your life.

For more severe enemies, you can bring the wrath of judgment upon them, and remove their ability to find spiritual sanctuary.

You can produce hatred between those you name, while causing anxiety, dark moods and memory loss, with confusion of the heart and mind.

There is also a ritual to prevent your enemies from working magick.

The magick will only work if you are sincere in your intentions. It cannot be used to instigate casual evil. If you have been wronged, you have the power to restore your personal peace.

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30 Comments on “Angels of Wrath

  1. Hi Adam,

    the book is amazing! I only wish it had a different title “Angels of Justice”. Speaking of wraith, is it absolutely required to work with this book? What if one moved on past wraith into resignation and pain? Will these emotions work? Also, maybe it’s a wishful thinking on my part, but I have a feeling that one more book is coming from Gordon in the future 🙂

    • The title is important simply to ensure that people who are looking for standard angel magick, or so-called ‘light’ magick, aren’t misled. I get what you mean, but it’s a way of making sure people know what they’re in for. I sometimes think we should have called Magickal Protection something like Magickal Justice, because it shows some of the force and potency that’s in it, and a lot of people buy the book and find it a bit too potent. Anyway, I get what you mean.

      And really glad you like it! And yes, Gordon says, ‘any other emotion the problem currently causes for you.’